Called to Serve - Osorno, Chile

Elder Keenan Robertson is serving in the Osorno Chile Mission as a full time missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Elder Robertson left on July 16, 2013 and will return sometime around July of 2015. Missionaries have a limited time to respond to all the E-mails and letters they receive so we will include here some of his letters home so that friends and family can keep up to date on how things are going for him and his ministry among the wonderful people of Chile.

Thursday, May 1, 2014

April 31, 2014

So I'm going to keep this short.  I didn't email Monday because we went to THE PENGUINS today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  It was super cool.  We left early this morning and it was a two hour bus drive on this tiny little shuttle thing.  It was a tiny little dirt road that went out to nowhere!  Ha-ha the penguins are literally out in the middle of nowhere!  We were there all day and just barely got back!

It was a beautiful drive and there were lots of wild Llamas! "What a llama?? He's supposed to be dead!"  I didn't get a picture because we were going too fast.  So we got there and there were penguins.  At first there weren't too many because they are out in the ocean feeding but, by the end, there were a ton (the brown ones are babies).  We couldn't get close because there was a river and then the penguins and then the ocean!  It was really awesome!  I took some super awesome videos but I can't send those over email.  They were super cool and really pretty; they have some pretty big lungs and they can sure make wierd loud noises!

The work is really good here in Por Venir not much new has happened.  I'm glad all of you are doing better, kinda!  Just hang in there, everything will work out.  My time is short today so sorry this isn't longer.  (As far as a package goes), maybe a packet of microwave popcorn, the the butteriest you can find! :) ha-ha

The National Park was pretty funny but the penguinos were awesome!

Love you guys a ton!!!!!!!!!

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